We would like to continue our tour around the city, where we are showing you different sightseeing spots and famous buildings and streets that made Budapest famous.
Nicknamed the Paris of the Easy, Hungary’s capital city of Budapest is a treat for the senses. It boasts beautiful historic architecture, is famous for classical music, has many thermal spas, and there are plenty of places to sink your teeth into traditional Hungarian cuisine.
As promised, in the previous article, it is time to list three more sights of Budapest, which anyone can visit at any time, 365 days a year. With our hop on hop off buses you can easily get from one place to another, sightseeing is so much fun with us. Let's explore Budapest together!
You can always count on us wherever you roam in the city, you can hop on and hop off on our routes and pay for a forever experience. Budapest is truly one of a kind, so no need to worry about being bored here. The city offers so much that you probably have to come at least three times in your life to see everything that is worth seeing.
We are not only talking about the sights in Buda, but also the hidden treasures on the other side of the Danube, many of which are not as hidden as you might think. Thinking as a local and knowing as many things as a local is, of course, almost impossible for a tourist, but why not try? After reading our articles you might be able to spot the best of the best parts of the city, without our help.
In this article we will be adventuring in Pest again, in one of the most famous neighbourhoods, Terézváros, on Margaret Island and in the Budapest Zoo.
District VI, Terézváros, is one of the smallest yet most densely populated neighbourhoods in Budapest. Located on the Pest side of the Danube, this lively district is a hub of excitement and activity.
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Dive deep into Hungary’s communist and fascist history at the House of Terror Museum. Get back to nature and take a relaxing stroll through Városliget, one of the largest public parks in the city.
Located in the River Danube, the charming Margaret Island is 96 hectares (238 acres) in size. It is connected by a bridge. Mainly covered in lush parks, there is no charge to wander around the island and soak up the sights. (Do note that some attractions on the island do have entry fees, though.)
Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden - Awesome place to visit in Budapest with kids!
One of the top things to include on your Budapest itinerary if visiting the Hungarian capital with children, Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden is home to more than 1,000 species of animals from all over the world. Open since 1866, it is one of the oldest zoos in the world and the oldest zoo in Hungary.back
Online price: from 33 €
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Online price: from 33 €
Winter markets are a big events that begin in November and are known for their long history and widespread popularity. The markets are an essential component of the Christmas celebrations in Budapest.
Travel, trips, sightseeing. They are often tiring, but all the more enjoyable.
During the invasion of Hungary by the Tartars, King Béla IV's fortress, which later became the capital of Mátyás Hunyadi, was located in the castle quarter. There are three major components that make up the Buda Castle District: the Buda Castle Palace, St. George's Square, and the historic residential area.
There are many different ways to see Budapest, such as by yourself, with friends, on a guided tour or with a guide. If you are not a resident of Budapest, it might be tough to determine what sights are truly worthwhile, which is why assistance is always helpful.